Three reigning beauty queens to attend Miss SA [photos]

This year’s Miss South Africa pageant will make history as the reigning defenders of Miss Universe, Miss World and Miss Supranational will be present on Saturday, October 16 in Cape Town.

MISS SOUTH AFRICA 2021 MAKES HISTORY

The Miss South Africa pageant will take place on Saturday October 16 at the Grand Arena, GrandWest in Cape Town. For the first time, three reigning beauty queens will take part in the event. The three title holders are Miss Universe, Miss World and Miss Supranational.

To add to the excitement of the grand finale, former Miss Universe Catriona Gray (2018) and Zozibini Tunzi (2019) were announced as the backstage presenters. While TV and radio personality Anele Mdoda and actor Nico Panagio will host the contest.

Here’s a look at each of the reigning beauty queens to look forward to at this year’s Miss South Africa pageant.

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1. MISS WORLD – TONI-ANN SINGH

Toni-Ann Singh is a Jamaican-American singer who was crowned Miss World in 2019. As a result, she is the longest reigning Miss World in the history of the contest. She received a BA in Feminist Studies in Florida, United States.

“From the Universe to Miss Supra and now to the WORLD under one roof !!! Another amazing guest who will join this year’s pageant final is Miss World @toniannsingh 🤩, according to Miss SA’s official Instagram page.

2. MISS UNIVERSE – ANDREA MEZA

Mexican model Andrea Meza has been crowned Miss Universe 2020. She is a software engineer by profession. Since arriving in Cape Town, she has gone on safari with former Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach.

“South Africa 🇿🇦 I’m here 🤩 and today I’m spending the day with the beautiful @piawurtzbach 🙌🏼 we finally met this morning!” We’re going on Safari 🥳 ”she wrote on Instagram.

3. MISS SUPRANATIONAL – CHANIQUE RABE

Namibian model Chanique Rabe was crowned Miss Supranational in Malopolska, Poland on August 21. She was the first African woman to be crowned Miss Supranational. She is a fashion designer by profession and studied in South Africa.

South African Thato Mosehle finished second in the Miss Supranational competition.

“From our fellow African country Namibia we are proud to present to you one of our very special guests participating in the 2021 Miss South Africa final,” the official Miss SA page wrote on Instagram.

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